July 2022 news
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Two short films created by University of Stirling students as part of a unique partnership with BBC Scotland are being showcased by the broadcaster online.
A new exhibition curated by University of Stirling experts to celebrate Scotland’s historic sporting heroes is set to open in Birmingham as part of the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Help to solve one of the world’s most pressing dilemmas - how to feed our growing population whilst protecting the planet – may be at hand from a surprising ally – the sea cucumber.
A record number of athletes from the University of Stirling will compete in this summer’s Commonwealth Games – with 20 set to travel to Birmingham in the coming days.
New research from the University of Stirling has highlighted the significant impact that alcohol packaging has on capturing the attention of, and creating appeal amongst, young people.
An ambitious new aquaculture research and innovation facility at the University of Stirling has received a further one million pounds of investment.
Most stakeholders support review of alcohol laws at UK football stadia but concerns persist, new study finds
Easing legal restrictions around the sale and consumption of alcohol at UK football stadia could deliver public safety and financial benefits, but is not without risks, according to key stakeholders interviewed as part of a new University of Stirling study.
Rare arctic-alpine plants are being driven higher up Scotland’s mountains by climate change and will soon become extinct if we don’t intervene, new research from the University of Stirling has found.
An MSc Dementia Studies student, who balanced his studies with a full-time job as a care home manager while also raising thousands of pounds for charity, has been recognised with a prestigious award.
University of Stirling Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Gerry McCormac, has been presented with a knighthood during an Investiture at Windsor Castle.
The head coach of the University of Stirling’s men’s football team – which competes across eight competitions – has been recognised with a prestigious award.
Professional golfer Catriona Matthew OBE – the first female sports scholar at the University of Stirling – has been inducted into the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Hall of Fame.
University of Stirling golf scholar Lorna McClymont has helped her team to win the 2022 Arnold Palmer Cup in Geneva, Switzerland.
Commonwealth Games-bound cyclist, Finn Crockett, took some time out the saddle this week – swapping Lycra for academic robes – as he graduated from the University of Stirling.